Past, Present and Future of Previsualization - CNA Workshop, Sheridan College, Toronto, CANADA (13-14 Feb 2015)
Chris Edwards, CEO of The Third Floor, will describe the humble beginnings of previsualization and demonstrate how modern previs techniques are being used to design innovative content for feature films, commercials, videogames, and themed attractions all around the world. Chris’ presentation will feature a case study on Alfonso Cuarón’s Academy Award–winning film Gravity. The presentation will also feature a panel discussion with experts from Sheridan College and its Screen Industries Research and Training (SIRT) Centre and the Visual Effects Society (VES) Toronto Section, followed by a Q&A session with the audience. The event is co-presented by Sheridan College and the International Association of Film and Television Schools (Centre International de Liaison des Écoles de Cinéma et de Télévision – CILECT, North America).
Any faculty members or instructors from CILECT interested in attending the Workshop with Chris Edwards on Saturday, February 14 at Sheridan College’s Screen Industries Research and Training Centre, located at Pinewood Studios in Toronto, are encouraged to email Professor Jean Desormeaux (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information. The workshop is limited to 50 faculty registrants only.
SEPTEMBER 2015 UPDATE: Final Film Registration of the Chris Edwards' Workshop Keynote Speech is closed for general users but available for students and teachers! Please, ask your CILECT school representative for the key to the YouTube posting!
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